HMD Global has introduced two new members of its family of entry-level feature phones, the Nokia 125 and Nokia 150. The two phones bring a new design language to Nokia feature phones, adopting a taller form factor that makes room for bigger keys while retaining the 2.4-inch screen above them. As usual, the phones also promise a battery that "lasts for weeks" in standby, as well as great durability.
The Nokia 150 is the more advanced of the two models, with a VGA camera and an LED flash for pictures, plus Bluetooth support for sharing those pictures. It also has a microSD card slot which can be used to store MP3 files for music listening. It also features an FM radio that can be used without a headset. The battery is 1020mAh, and Nokia says it can last up to 23.4 days in standby, with talk time hitting 19.4 hours.
The Nokia 125 is stripped of some of the features of the Nokia 150, such as the microSD card slot (and thus, the MP3 music player) and the camera. It still features an FM radio that can be used without a headset, and it can store up to 2,000 contacts and 500 SMS messages. The battery is the same size as the Nokia 125 and lasts the same time, too.
The Nokia 150 will come in Red, Cyan, and Black color options, and it will cost an average of $29 in the select markets where it will be available. The Nokia 125 will come in Charcoal Black and Powder White, and the average global price will be $24.